plotting table

plotting table

[′pläd·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(engineering)
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It was only when the number of ships overwhelmed the area of the plotting table that Ellen realised the magnitude of what was happening.
During the war, his father was in the Royal Engineers and his mother in the RAF - Mike explains: "She was in an underground bunker, working at a plotting table.
Complete with an original plotting table, charts and equipment, it played a key role for Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay who planned the Dunkirk evacuation.
Plotting Table, 1998, was the one work that solidly referenced Hatoum's earlier interest in nationalist tropes, although it was streamlined enough to pass as "pure" design: a polished wooden plank drilled with holes forming a schematic world map and illuminated from below by means of green UV lights.
We couldn't see the plotting table because of all the ships.
During the war, his father was in the Royal Engineers and his mother in the Royal Air Force - Mike explains: "She was in an underground bunker, working at a plotting table.
During the war, his father was in the Royal Engineers, his mother in the Royal Air Force: ``She was in an underground bunker, working at a plotting table.
Each student cubicle is equipped with four to six Tactical Consoles, a Tactical Communication Post, a Plotting Table, an LED Display, an Intercom, a Public address system, a Network printer, an LCD Projector, an Air Plot Screen, a Fleet Disposition Board, and EMCON/EEP State Boards.
We had the plotting tables and everything there, like you see in the films.
He added: "It's the young girls that saved us during the war, I am not kidding, the girls that were bombed while we got off the ground and they were our controllers, sat on the plotting tables, like you have seen on the films, they were only 18, 19, and they got bombed, we didn't, we were off the ground.
Duty time was spent at the plotting tables and off-duty time mainly involved watching with amazement the amount of shipping traffic constantly moving towards the beaches.